The rights of Nature – a possible solution to the worlds ecological crisis

Introduction The solution I would like to discuss in this assignment brings us deep into the fields of environmentalism, saving the world’s ecosystems and into the field of law. I am going to summarize the worldwide ongoing “Rights of Nature” movement, which intends to revolutionize the jurisdiction systems, granting basic rights to nature or even Read More …

Doughnut Economics

Decreasing relevance of mainstream economy The reasoning and explanations of economics concerns the life of all people across the world, as Michaels states ‘economic beliefs, values and assumptions are shaping how we think, feel and act’ (Michaels, 2011, p. 9). However, economic theory evolved and changed its perspective and arguments several times over history, placing Read More …

A Brief Institutional Analysis on Social Businesses as Option for Start-Ups in Nepal

This paper has been presented during Nepal’s firs international conference on Social Entrepreneurship, which has happend in Nepal in July 2016. The paper is based on some small grass-roots analysis I’ve been conducting in Summer 2015. It shows that almost half of the analysied social busines are employment oriented: The paper concludes, that even though Read More …

Speaker at a seminar on the topic of social responsibility of SMEs in developing countries

This June, I had the honor to be one of the speakers during a seminar series organized by the Middlesex University. The fifth seminar of this series with the topic “ (Small) Social Enterprises and CSR in emerging/developing countries“ was held in Royal Holloway University southwest of London. Being one out of two practitioners I Read More …